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rebarbativeness

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  • With a deep-seated, all-pervasive political rebarbativeness, social dislocation and disconsolation, economic precariousness occasioned by segmental avarice and structural myopia, the geopolitical entity called Nigeria totters on the brink of a jagged-toothed precipice.

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  • It’s also one of the best routes to understanding how London came by his extreme views (he was a writer who knew about injustice and exposed it even as he sometimes typified it), perhaps because Williamson doesn’t shy away from confronting their rebarbativeness.

    Cover to Cover

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